When Lizzy Was Afraid Of Trying New Things

Author: Inger M. Maier
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ISBN: 9781591471714
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Fuzzy the sheep and his family help his sister Lizzy try new things and gain self confidence.

School Library Journal

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Lizzie

Author: Dawn Ius
Editor: Simon Pulse
ISBN: 148149077X
File Size: 57,88 MB
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“Startling, visceral, and heartbreaking.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) From acclaimed author Dawn Ius comes an edge-of-your-seat reimagining of one of the most chilling mysteries in modern history—Lizzie Borden. Seventeen-year-old Lizzie Borden has never been kissed. Polite but painfully shy, Lizzie prefers to stay in the kitchen, where she can dream of becoming a chef and escape her reality. With tyrannical parents who force her to work at the family’s B&B and her blackout episodes—a medical condition that has plagued her since her first menstrual cycle—Lizzie longs for a life of freedom, the time and space to just figure out who she is and what she wants. Enter the effervescent, unpredictable Bridget Sullivan. Bridget has joined the B&B’s staff as the new maid, and Lizzie is instantly drawn to her artistic style and free spirit—even her Star Wars obsession is kind of cute. The two of them forge bonds that quickly turn into something that’s maybe more than friendship. But when her parents try to restrain Lizzie from living the life she wants, it sparks something in her that she can’t quite figure out. Her blackout episodes start getting worse, her instincts less and less reliable. Lizzie is angry, certainly, but she also feels like she’s going mad…

Book Markets For Children S Writers 2007

Author: Marni Mcniff
Editor: Writer's Bookstore
ISBN: 9781889715322
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Present listings of children and young adult publishers with company profiles, and information on the number of titles published, queries received, submission guidelines, and a description of the categories and types of books needed.

When Fuzzy Was Afraid Of Big And Loud Things

Author: Inger M. Maier
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ISBN: 9781591473220
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Fuzzy the sheep's father helps Fuzzy deal with his fear of loud noises by using his mind to imagine other things.

When Fuzzy Was Afraid Of Losing His Mother

Author: Inger M. Maier
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ISBN: 9781591471684
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Fuzzy the sheep does not want his mother to leave his side, but she finds a way to help him feel more secure about her absence.

Tilman Elizabeth Martin

Author: Barbara Draper
Editor: Elmira, Ont. : B. Draper
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Harper S New Monthly Magazine

Author: Henry Mills Alden
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Harper's informs a diverse body of readers of cultural, business, political, literary and scientific affairs.

Crybaby Lois

Author: Molly Mia Stewart
Editor: Sweet Valley
ISBN: 9780553158182
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Elizabeth Wakefield comes to the aid of Lois Waller, a young girl who is afraid of everything and everybody, teaching Lois how to ride a bicycle, stand up for herself, and cope with the other kids' teasing.

The Tapping Solution For Parents Children Teenagers

Author: Nick Ortner
Editor: Hay House
ISBN: 1401956068
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Raising children is lifes greatest gift and accomplishment, but it can also come with an overwhelming amount of stressors, anxiety and self-doubt. Am I modeling the type of person I want my child to become? Am I doing enough to prepare my child to strive in an ever-changing world? Are my children happy and confident in themselves? In The Tapping Solution for Parents, Children & Teenagers, Nick Ortner encourages readers to first take a look at their own stressors and worry as parents, reminding readers that self-care is vital to helping others. In the first section of the book, parents are guided on using the revolutionary technique known as EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Tapping to release parental overwhelm, quiet worry, manage conflict and transform their experience of parenthood. In the second section, Nick explores specific uses for Tapping with children, ranging from releasing negative emotions like anger, fear and phobias, sadness, grief, guilt, and shame, to overcoming specific challenges such as anxiety disorders, sleep, nightmares, performance anxiety, bullying, school jitters, divorce and much more. Through the use of diagrams, links to videos, and Tapping tips, The Tapping Solution for Parents, Children & Teenagers is an easy-to-use resource to solve everyday issues taking place in our homes.

Life Of Elizabeth Fry 1780 1845 Comp Fr Her Journal

Author: Susanna Corder
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Elizabeth Fry

Author: Edward Ryder
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The White Flag

Author: Gene Stratton-Porter
Editor: Good Press
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"The White Flag" by Gene Stratton-Porter. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Let S Talk About Children

Author: Elizabeth Bradford
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The Failure Of Elizabeth

Author: Eleanor Frances Poynter
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Can You Keep A Secret

Author: Elizabeth Van Steenwyk
Editor: Willowisp Press
ISBN: 9780874064650
File Size: 64,24 MB
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Jennifer is invited to join the exclusive P.M.P. Club (Parties Minus Parents) and learns that being in the popular crowd has its price.

Internet Without Fear

Author: Elizabeth Rhodes Offutt
Editor: Milestone
ISBN: 9781564178534
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This book provides guidelines on how to use the Internet, discusses the educational benefits of the Internet, and includes several activities in seven subject areas for grades K-6. The book is divided into two parts: "Entering a New World" and "Integrating Internet Resources Throughout the Curriculum." The first part provides a glossary of Internet terms; explains the Internet; discusses equipment and connectivity needs; and describes three of the leading commercial online services: America Online, CompuServe, and Prodigy. The second section provides integrated Internet activities for reading; language arts; math; science; social studies; health, nutrition and physical fitness; and music, art and dance. Each entry lists suggested grade levels, activity title, Internet address (usually a Uniform Resource Locator to a World Wide Web site or instructions for a telnet), a brief description of the site, and activity procedures. Also included in Part 2 are Gopher sites, Internet groups, mailing lists, and other organizations and resources of interest to educators. (AEF)

I Just Need More Time

Author: Liz Leverett Miller
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ISBN: 9780961053000
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Mid Life Developmental And Clinical Issues

Author: William H. Norman
Editor: Brunner-Routledge
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The contributors to this volume demonstrate that middle-aged adulthood encompasses more than specific years, biological changes or orchestrations of earlier adaptations. Rather, professionals are now viewing the middle years as a period in the life cycle, like other periods, in which a person's past endowments and deficits, as well as present opportunities and restraints, all interact, with consequences that influence changes in self-perception and the boundary between self and the interpersonal world. With these ideas in mind, the book is intended to serve two major purposes. The first purpose is to provide the reader with a survey of the accumulating literature on the social and personal factors that influence not only the alterations in the rhythm and timing of life events, thus affecting perceptions of self and adaptational patterns, but also the developing personality and future life prospects. The second purpose of this book is to alert the reader to those developmental challenges, options and potential problematic areas that have important implications in the clinical setting. Each of the nine chapters that follow examines a particular area within the field of middle adulthood development. Each chapter can be read as an up-to-date and authoritative contribution in the area it covers.

Free Play

Author: Eileen Grace Cowe
Editor: Charles C Thomas Pub Limited
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